Employability must start with accessibility

As a fellow of the Institute of Employability Professionals, Dan Howard has contributed to the latest IEP Journal covering why accessibility must be central to employability efforts.

With the potential for 6 months of partial lockdown ahead of us, the adaptations made to the UK’s business infrastructure to remain operational seem set to be with us for some time. To get to where we are now, we’ve lived and worked through a technological gold rush that was required to keep employees connected and businesses trading. Alongside this has been a hard lesson in humility and humanity that, coupled with our newfound affinity for tech-enabled workspaces, may prove to be the most advantageous of the changes from which there should be no going back….

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